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Missouri State Archives
Guide to African American History

Photograph Credits

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Men hauling cotton bale, Missouri State Archives, Commerce & Industrial Development Collection

Boone County Sheriff's Sale Bill, Missouri State Archives Manuscripts Collection

Circus Parade, Monett, Missouri, 1910, Missouri State Archives, Vanishing Missouri Collection

Lincoln University, Jefferson City, Missouri, courtesy of Page Library, Lincoln University

Woman in studio portrait, Randolph County African American Portrait Collection, Missouri State Archives, courtesy of Missouri State Museum

Ordinance Abolishing Slavery in Missouri, 1865, Office of the Secretary of State: Special Collections, Constitutions and Constitutional Conventions, 1845 - 1945

Johnson Family studio portrait, Randolph County African American Portrait Collection, Missouri State Archives, courtesy of Missouri State Museum

George Washington Carver, courtesy Tuskegee University Archives

Percy Green, Missouri State Archives, Missouri Commission on Human Rights, Scrapbook Collection

Man in studio pose reading book, Randolph County African American Portrait Collection, Missouri State Archives, courtesy of Missouri State Museum

Men hauling cotton bale, Missouri State Archives, Commerce & Industrial Development Collection

Record Group 106: Department of Higher Education:

Dalton Vocational School, New Farmers of American group photograph, c1950s, courtesy of Lincoln University Yearbook

Dalton Vocational School, photograph of building, c1980s, courtesy of Lincoln University Yearbook

Record Group 226: Department of Corrections, State Industrial Home for Negro Girls (Tipton):

State Industrial Home for Negro Girls, photograph of building, c1930s, Office of the Secretary of State, Publications Division

Photograph Collections:

Congregation of Second Baptist Church, Jefferson City, Missouri, Missouri State Archives, 
Duke Diggs Collection

Duke Diggs' Moving Company, Lafayette Street, Jefferson City, Missouri, Missouri State
Archives, Duke Diggs Collection

Johnson children, Randolph County African American Portrait Collection, Missouri State
Archives, courtesy of Missouri State Museum


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